Some Chinese parents are paying as much as $50 an hour to have their children tutored for jump roping
No longer a playground activity: The Chinese government introduced physical education requirements, including a national jump rope exam in 2014, according to the Wall Street Journal.
China’s students are not the only ones stressing about the nationwide university entrance exam known as the gaokao, as parents burn offerings outside a testing center in Baiyin, Gansu province.
Every year in June, more than 10 million students throughout China take the gaokao, China’s college entrance examinations on which their entire future depends.
An 84-year-old grandfather will be among the 10 million candidates taking part in China’s annual university entrance exam on Friday.
It will be the fourth attempt for retired Huainan worker Yao Keliang at the national standard test known as gaokao, reports South China Morning Post.
A court in southwestern China introduced an examination that couples who wish to divorce must fail in order for their applications to be approved.
The exam, administered at the Sichuan Yibin People’s Court, is the brainchild of Magistrate Wang Shiyu.
Cheating in school is inexcusable, but one accounting student in China came up with a way to ace a test by writing her notes on her long legs.
A classmate ended up posting photos on social media showing the unidentified student lifting up the dress of her skirt to reveal a bunch of scribbled notes on her leg.
Hey kids, remember that SAT you took almost a month ago? Well, oops, they were lost. And guess what else? You now have to retake them!
Nearly 300 students at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, Virginia, learned yesterday that the SATs they took on May 2 failed to arrive to the College Board, reports WTOP.